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Botanical Club of Wisconsin T-shirts now available! 
The shirts feature a drawing by Wisconsin artist Jim McEvoy of Fassett's locoweed, one of the few plants endemic to the Badger State.
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Recent Announcements

  • Thanksgiving Social - Parched Eagle Taproom The Botanical Club of Wisconsin will be doing something a little different this month – a social event to get together with and get to know other Wisconsin botanists.  Come relax ...
    Posted Nov 14, 2017, 3:53 AM by Botanical Club of Wisconsin BCW
  • Asters of Wisconsin Workshop                                                                                Photo by John ZaborskyThe Botanical Club’s monthly events will resume on October 24th with an Aster Workshop led by DNR botanist Kevin Doyle. Fall is a time ...
    Posted Oct 9, 2017, 7:20 PM by Botanical Club of Wisconsin BCW
  • WISCONSIN BOTANY TRIVIA NIGHT Please join us on Tuesday May 9th in Birge Hall on the UW-Madison campus for an evening that is sure to be both a fun and educational! Wisconsin Botany ...
    Posted May 2, 2017, 8:04 AM by Botanical Club of Wisconsin BCW
  • Foray to Honey Creek SNA April 29th. The Club will be hosting a number of informal forays this summer in addition to our usual botany blitzes. We'll make trips to Honey Creek State Natural Area in ...
    Posted Apr 22, 2017, 2:01 PM by Botanical Club of Wisconsin BCW
  • NEW! Wisconsin Botanists Big Year 2017 Calling all Wisconsin botanists, plant lovers, and nature enthusiasts! The Botanical Club of Wisconsin is sponsoring a contest to see who can find and document the most plant species in ...
    Posted Apr 22, 2017, 3:32 AM by Botanical Club of Wisconsin BCW
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Who We Are

The Botanical Club of Wisconsin, the state's only organization dedicated to the study of our native flora, was founded in 1968 by John Thomson as an affiliate of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters. The BCW serves the interests of amateur and professional botanists toward the common goal of learning more about our state's plant biodiversity.